Colorado Mesa University’s Hotel Maverick will Benefit from a Unique Design Solution
Colorado Mesa University’s hospitality program has enjoyed significant growth over the years and the university is preparing to open a “teaching hotel” during the first quarter of 2020 as a result. Davis Partnership Architects envisioned a unique materiality of the Hotel Maverick to set it apart. The hotel will boast a contemporary theme that integrates an ethos of the modern West.
Building DialogueMarch 30, 2020
Manager guidelines for dealing with a pandemic
As the situation rapidly evolves, managing properties during the COVID-19 outbreak is challenging. However, with the number of confirmed cases in Colorado increasing each day and Gov. Jared Polis
Michelle AskelandMarch 30, 2020
Managing construction in an occupied building
You’ve heard it before: Location, location, location. Such is said to be the most important element in the world of real estate investment. And yet, when it comes to tackling construction projects, it’s planning,
CREJMarch 29, 2020
Legal issues for managers during an epidemic
Over the last few weeks, coronavirus (COVID-19) has reached a pandemic level, creating a crisis for businesses across industries. Here are four legal questions we have considered in helping clients navigate
CREJMarch 28, 2020
Rapidly increasing tax assessments hit real estate
As property values throughout Colorado continue to soar, property taxes now are higher than ever. Commercial property in Denver is taxed at a 29% assessment rate, multiplied by the mill levy.
CREJMarch 23, 2020
Santa Fe Yards at Broadway Station: Build-to-suit offices, residential planned
This is the idea behind one of Denver’s newest mixed-use developments, Broadway Station. Located at the former Gates Rubber Co. plant site, the 41-acre development is advantageously located at the intersection of Interstate 25, Santa Fe Drive and South Broadway at Denver’s second busiest RTD light-rail stop and bus station.
Building DialogueMarch 22, 2020
Rising construction costs impact capital markets
Denver is in the midst of strong development in nearly all commercial real estate asset types. In conjunction with high development demand comes increased, and still increasing, construction pricing.
CREJMarch 20, 2020
Keeping Denver on the menu
After enjoying consecutive years as one of the hottest markets in the country for investment and corporate real estate relocations and expansions, it appears there is a sense of market maturity among
CREJMarch 16, 2020
2020 vision: Economic forecast for metro Denver
Is our vision crystal clear or clouded by contradictory information in 2020? Slower growth in China and other key trading partners, tariffs and trade disputes, market disruptions due to COVID-19 and
CREJMarch 16, 2020
CannonDesign in Denver: Embracing its Roots
CannonDesign’s new home in the RiNo Arts District has roots stretching back more than 40 years in Denver. The history gets a bit labyrinthine, however: Denver’s Klipp Architecture opened its doors in 1979; California’s gkkworks acquired Klipp in 2012. Founded in Denver in 1989, Bennett Wagner Grody Architects joined CannonDesign in 2017. CannonDesign, first established in 1945 in New York, now has 19 offices and about 1,000 employees in all.
Building DialogueMarch 15, 2020